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Page 14 text:
First Row-Gloria Welch, Shirley Clausen,
Joe McKean, Norma Ames, Catherine
Forbes, Nina Beeney.
Second Row-Ruth Spenser, Virginia Reed,
Miss Vanzant, Librarian.
Various books row upon row
For curious students who study to grow
Gifted in knowledge and oftimes yearning
The library's the place for learning.
With this thought in mind. a new system
of supervision has been used in the library
this year, A teacher is present every per-
iod to assist the Student Librarian. How-
ever, the pupils still like to have a little
fun on the side in case the teacher is dn-
tained or absent.
The library is always full to overflowing
and why not? Over four thousand books of
all shapes and descriptions would make an
inviting place for anyone. There are re-
creation books, books for English, Science
History and various vocational subjects.
Then of course, there are the dictionaries
and encylopedias. To this you add about
thirty-five sets of English classics and you
have a pretty nice library, don't you think?
Ask any student what is in the little wire
basket at the right hand corner of the desk
and he will immediately an wer "Maga-
zines." Yes, that's right. The history stu,
dent wants a "Tlme"g the pleasure bent
student wants the "Lifef' and in addition
the magazine rack is filled with thirty-five
others which come weekly, bi-weekly or
monthly. These include Colliers, Popular
Mechanics, Scholastic, Vogue, McCalls and
Books are checked out for two weeks or
for one day, just as the occasion and book
called for demand. A penny-a-day fine is
charged for overdue books.
Now of course, you're convinced that the
library is a popular place around B. H. S.
First Row-Dorothy Gubbins, typist. Ruth
Spenser, Walter Buswell, Jane Owens.
Norma Ames, Bim Tumbleson, Gloria
Second Row-Miss Heetland, sponsor, Bill
Carroll, Dorothy Forbes, Kenny John-
ston, Catherine Forbes, Bob Real, Cath-
erine Mowbray, Bob Boyd.
Third Row-Clifford Miller, Bill Barton,
Bob Seeds, Rosemary Breen, Jerry Hol-
land, Beryl Coleman, Lois Ward.
The paperstaff enlarged this year, and
the one aim of the group was to have more
and better news.
History again repeated itself in the chang-
ing of advisors, and Miss Heetland had
charge of the B. H. S. Highlights. '
A few more appointments were added to
those which were previously made, and
the reporters filled these positions through-
out the term.
In November a Thanksgiving Party was
held. It consisted of a covered dish dinner
followed by a program. It was held in the
gymnasium, and of course, everyone en-
Each Friday, the assignments of stories
were made and posted, and the news items
were submitted to Miss Heetland on Mon-
day. After being copy-read, they were sent
to press, and appeared in the Bradford Re-
publican on Wednesday.
We succeeded in securing pins, and each
member who received one was greatly
We are very greatful to Mr. Breen for
his co-operation in giving us an opportunity
to publish the B. H. S. Highlights in the
Republican each week.
Page 13 text:
First Row-Arlene Jackson, Sec.g Warren Hallock, Mr. Edmundson, Advisor: Eugcue
Piper, Presidentg Camilla Kelly.
Second Row--Tom Landes, Lorraine Wilt, John Howes, Cecile Ames, Holton Rosenquist.
The Student Council is an organization
under the supervision of the principal, Mr.
Edmundson, which has charge of all extra-
curricular activities of the high school.
This group consists of eight members, a
boy and girl elected from each class and
the president who is elected from the stu-
One of the big jobs the Student Council
has is the sponsoring of the homecoming
and carnival. Every year the carnival has
become bigger and better, which shows
that the Student Council is becoming a
more valuable and efficient organization to
A few valuable assets to the school
were purchased this year by the Student
Council. One was a new electric score
board for basketball games and the other
an amplifier which can be used at track
meets, plays, and other school functions.
Every year Bradford High School has a
Big Brother and Sister day which gives
the eighth grade pupils of the surrounding
community an idea of what high school is
like. This is made possible by the Student
Council who personally invite all eighth
grade graduates to attend school for one
day. The Student Council feels that this
is a very worthwhile project.
Any one that has a lot of pep, and would
like to make good use of it, should try to be
a cheer leader. Every year three people from
th sophomore class is elected. They try out
in front of the student body, and are chos-
en by the faculty. This person takes the
place of the senior who graduates. There is
always a sophomore, junior and senior chef-r
Camilla Kelly, Lois Gubbins, Isobel Burwell.
Page 15 text:
CT he masqucrs
BERTHA HEETLAND, B. A.
University of Iowa
ENGLISH, SPEECH AND DRAMATICS
Although the name Orange and Black
Maskers was used interchangeably with
dramatic club, this year it took on a definite
meaning. On January 19 eleven students
were masked. The little black mask tied
with orange ribbon was symbolic of out-
standing work in production of dramatics.
Any student belonging to the dramatic club
may be masked upon completion of dis-
tinctive participation in speech and dram-
atic events. In time this group shall become
the working nucleous of the dramatic club.
In old Greek times a chorus was used
to give narrative to connect scenes of a
play. This old custom of choric reading was
revived in the speech classes this year. Both
classes gave demonstration for the dramatic
First Row-Lois Ward, Camilla Kelly, Ma-
bel Allen, Miss Heetland, director.
Second Row-Nell Curran, Marcella Mc-
Clane, Charlotte Dunbar, Gloria Welsh.
Third Row-June Enos, Mary Dorothy Mc-
Clane, Ardis Talbert, Ruth Spenser.
club. Finally, twelve girls with voices vary-
ing from high to low, just as in singing
choirs, were selected for a verse choir. The
choir gave its initial performance for the
Civic League in January.
First Row-Nell Curran. Clair Giltner,
2nd Row-Fern Tumbleson, Merlin Clausen.
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